Kent's strangest folk tales were recorded by Thomas Ingoldsby in the Ingoldsby Legends. But who was this mysterious friend of Charles Dickens?
On International Talk Like a Pirate Day, we delve into the colourful history of the county's formidable smugglers.
What's life been like behind bars at one of Kent’s most secure prisons during the Covid crisis? We went to find out.
With a shift away from putting mentally-ill people in institutions, the door was firmly shut on the use of asylums. We look at their history in Kent.
Three men were sentenced to death for setting fire to a barn during The Swing Riots in 1830.
From Bolton to Calais, here are the tales behind some of the county's most illusive creatures and where they've ended up.
As pupils and teachers are asked to self isolate, we find out what could be in store for schools in the coming months.
There are plenty of fascinating relics of wartime Britain which can still be found in Kent - we take a look at their history.
Reduced speed limits have transformed London - can they do the same for Kent?
When traditional boozers and shops are closing at a rate of knots micropubs are bucking that trend — here's how 8 are making use of vacant spaces.
Residents of Dover brace for what could be history repeating itself, as nationalists prepare to arrive as part of an anti-migration demonstration.
We searched our archives to find photos of the county's lost hotels - how many do you remember?
It's been 55 years since a controversial film in Kent about nuclear war was banned, so we took a look at the lasting impact it had on the world stage.
From a 1,000-year-old leather slipper, to a 12st elephant tusk, there really is no telling what you might stumble upon along Kent's beaches.
A series of archive photos have captured a town centre's history - including a ban on high street traffic and plans to knock down a landmark building.
As queues form outside vinyl shops for this year's Record Store Day, the man who brought it to the UK is keeping his doors closed.
Kent has heavily influenced the sport of cricket, a game which has thrown up more than its fair share of interesting tales in the county.
An ex-paratrooper recounts his experiences as a film maker meeting some of the most brutal gangs in the world.
Boasting a fascinating anti-hero character and the perfect landscape, Kent is the must-use location Disney should be scouting for a huge blockbuster.
The surviving firefighters from a fatal crash in 1970 will mark the 50th anniversary this year.
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Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.
The Compassionate Community Awards 2020 recognise and celebrate the work of unsung heroes from across the borough of Maidstone.